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Tackling long-haul diseases

March 13, 2024 -

(Article by Allison Guy, SM ’23 republished from

It was 2017, and she was a Stanford postdoc exploring connections between her immune regulation research and immuno-oncology, which harnesses the body’s immune system to combat cancer. Her work focused on how healthy cells broadcast “Don’t eat me” messages while cells that are cancerous or infected with a pathogen send self-sacrificing “Eat me” messages. Immune cells, in turn, receive these missives ...

Study finds INSUFFICIENT SLEEP negatively impacts cardiovascular health

October 25, 2023 -

This was the finding of a study published in Scientific Reports. "Sleep restriction is associated with increased cardiovascular risk," the study authors wrote, noting that "more than a third of U.S. adults sleep less than recommended seven to eight hours per night.

According to the researchers, female study participants who had a bad night's sleep had abundant amounts of free radicals in the cells lining the inside of their blood vessels. Compared to participants who ...

Study: Popular sugar substitute erythritol linked to CARDIOVASCULAR ISSUES

October 24, 2023 -

The study published in Nature Medicine stated that erythritol is linked to various cardiovascular issues. "Sweeteners, like erythritol, have rapidly increased in popularity in recent years, but there needs to be more in-depth research into their long-term effects," said corresponding author Dr. Stanley Hazen, chairman for the Department of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Sciences at the Cleveland Clinic's Lerner Research Institute.

Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic ...

Slovakian PM Robert Fico links COVID-19 vaccines to cardiovascular DEATHS

February 19, 2024 -

In a recent parliamentary speech, Fico said that deaths from various cardiovascular events in his country have increased because of COVID-19 vaccines. Fico noted that these vaccines are "experimental" and "unnecessary."

Fico's speech came within weeks after he announced that his political party would not support strengthening the powers of the World Health Organization (WHO) in managing the fight against future pandemics.

He explained this decision by saying ...

Wild blueberries found to improve cardiovascular health and cognitive performance in older adults

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According to a randomized controlled trial involving older adults, consuming 178 grams (around 75 to 80 pieces) of fresh wild blueberries every day can help you maintain healthy heart and brain functions.Wild blueberries vs ordinary blueberries

While both are nutritious and rich in antioxidants, wild blueberries differ significantly in many aspects from cultivated blueberries. For one, wild blueberries are typically flash-frozen after being harvested and sorted. This ensures ...

Study: Long-term use of ADHD medications linked to elevated cardiovascular disease risk

January 29, 2024 - cardiovascular diseases," said Dr. Zheng Chang, senior researcher at the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.

The prevalence of ADHD medications use led to the present study by researchers from Karolinska, which followed a previous study on ADHD medication discontinuance across the lifespan of ADHD patients. Their previous study included data from population-based databases in Australia, Denmark, Hong Kong, ...

mRNA “vaccines” could unleash epidemic of prion brain diseases, doctors warn

March 11, 2024 -

Anything but "safe and effective" as the establishment claims, mRNA injections are increasingly being linked to incurable brain-wasting conditions like Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), all forms of dementia that have no known cure.

The Journal of Theoretical Biology published a study back in 2013 warning about all this as mRNA shots were just coming into the limelight as a novel pharmaceutical intervention, but nobody listened....

Peer-reviewed studies suggest that cardiovascular deaths from mRNA jabs are largely under-reported

July 03, 2023 -

Japanese researchers find 1 in 8 post-vaccine deaths are related to heart damage from the vaccine

In one of the peer-reviewed studies, a team of pathologists from the Tokyo Medical Examiner’s Office conducted 54 autopsies on young adults who died within seven days of receiving one of the covid-19 vaccines. After looking strictly at the pathological evidence, the researchers singled out seven cases where the mRNA vaccine had caused serious damage to the heart. In three cases of ...

DISEASES OF THE MIND: Climate anxiety, Trump Derangement Syndrome and gender fluidity

August 08, 2023 -

In a sane world, the insane folks are put in insane asylums where they are treated with therapies until they can prove they are not a danger to the populace, but in America, there are millions of deranged people mingling with the sane folks all day, and they have no idea they are suffering from diseases of the mind.

Diseases of the mind are contagious, spread like a pandemic around the nation and the world, through propaganda and brainwashing, mostly delivered via mass ...

Releasing genetically modified mosquitoes creates MUTATIONS that may cause RESISTANT vector-borne diseases

March 11, 2024 -

The global operation has projects in 14 countries and claims to have protected 11 million people from vector borne diseases over the past decade. These projects include the release of billions of genetically modified mosquitoes.

To start, the mosquito eggs are injected with Wolbachia bacteria. After they are released, they are counted on to mate with the indigenous population of mosquitoes and eradicate the species that spread diseases like dengue, chikungunya, Zika virus ...

Study: Air pollution could be linked to antibiotic resistance and infectious bacterial diseases

August 10, 2023 -

Details of the study were published in the journal The Lancet Planetary Health. Antibiotic resistance and air pollution

With the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the whole world experienced the terrifying potential of new diseases to infect many people. The role that environmental changes play in worsening new diseases also became clear.

While research about the links between these factors is still ongoing, findings from recent studies suggest that there ...

Studies show ULTRA-PROCESSED FOODS put millions of people in the U.K. at risk of cardiovascular disease

September 14, 2023 -

The first study, which tracked 10,000 Australian women for 15 years, found that those with the highest proportion of UPF in their diet were 39 percent more likely to develop high blood pressure than those with the lowest. This was the case even after academics adjusted for the effect of fat, salt and sugar, according to the British Heart Foundation.

High blood pressure, or hypertension, increases the risk of serious conditions, such as aortic aneurysms, heart disease, ...

Study links tiny pieces of plastic in the environment to Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases

December 13, 2023 -

The plastics in question are nanoplastics, which are miniscule particles of plastic that come from common plastic objects that we use in our everyday lives. In particular, the researchers found that polystyrene nanoparticles, which come from plastic utensils, plastic cups and similar items, bind to a protein known as alpha-synuclein which has been linked to Lewy body dementia and Parkinson's disease.

Scientists have observed buildups of aberrant types of this protein ...

DNA contamination in COVID jabs could explain rise in cancers, clots and autoimmune diseases

December 08, 2023 -

"My big concern is the fact that billions of people across the earth have received a product that was overtly contaminated with something that should not have been in the product," Dr. Cole explained. "If I went and bought some meat at the grocery store and they had heavy metal or pesticide toxins, they would pull those from the shelves immediately."

Dr. Cole referenced new research looking at Pfizer's COVID jab vials, which were found to contain molecules derived from ...

Studies prove vitamin D supplementation can prevent COVID-19 and protect against cancer, liver disease and cardiovascular disease

March 18, 2024 -

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin in two main dietary forms: vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and D3 (cholecalciferol).

Vitamin D2 mainly comes from plant sources, such as mushrooms grown in UV light and fortified foods, whereas Vitamin D3 is only found in animal-sourced foods, such as oily fish and fish oil, liver, egg yolk and butter.

A study by researchers from Johns Hopkins University, the University of Chicago and the Department of Veterans Affairs published in Scientific ...

Many who get COVID injected suffer at least one post-jab cardiovascular symptom, i.e., chest pain, heart palpitations

December 26, 2023 -

Dr. Ming-Yen Ng and other researchers from Hong Kong recruited a pool of participants to undergo tests and imaging scans before getting jabbed for COVID, as well as after receiving at least two shots. Their goal was to identify any cases of subclinical heart inflammation or myocarditis, including in cases without symptoms.

While the team identified no cases of subclinical heart inflammation in the group, what they did identify was an almost universal symptom subset ...

Deadly prion diseases are increasing and may be transmissible now, thanks to COVID-19 vaccines

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Cases of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease increase after COVID-19 vaccination

One of the main prion diseases is called Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). CJD was traditionally seen as an extremely rare neurological and degenerative disease, representing approximately 1 case per one million people. Traditionally, there are approximately 350 cases of sporadic CJD in the United States each year. CJD cases makeup 90 percent of all prion diseases.

In April 2023, medical researchers documented ...

Return of the mask: China recommends face coverings amid rising COVID-19 cases, respiratory diseases

November 07, 2023 -

The recommendation came in the form of a Nov. 2 article published in the state-owned daily tabloid Global Times. It quoted epidemiologists who claimed that the surge of COVID-19 cases – alongside those of pneumonia, influenza and bacterial infections – was not too far out of line with projects in China's fall and winter sick seasons.

Epidemiology and respiratory medicine professor Liu Youning of the Chinese People's Liberation Army General Hospital in Beijing was among ...

As natural health solutions were being suppressed, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases exploded post covid infection

November 05, 2023 -

Researchers find threefold increase in autoimmune disease post-infection

Researchers who study covid-19 infection have reported immunological features that resemble autoimmune diseases, including an over-activation of mature natural killer cells and CD8+ T cells and the dysregulation of B cells and T cells. SARS-CoV-2 infection is also associated with increased production of inflammatory cytokines, tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-?, interleukin (IL)-1 and IL-6.

A study published ...

Right Now with Ann Vandersteel: WHO forming new entity to detect infectious diseases worldwide – Brighteon.TV

June 14, 2023 -

"The WHO is partnering with key countries on all continents and private entities … to form a new global organization to monitor, identify and track diseases," she remarked during the June 5 episode of her program "Right Now with Ann Vandersteel" on Brighteon.TV.

Vandersteel disclosed that the Rockefeller Foundation is one of the entities involved. However, she also noted that it remains unclear whether the London-based Wellcome Trust is a partner. The website for the WHO's ...

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